Coffee with the New York Jets: Bryce Petty shows potential


Grab a nice hot cup of coffee and enjoy some excellent reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, articles on Bryce Petty showing some major promise for the future, why Brandon Marshall feels the Jets’ offense will only get better and a look at some takeaways from their recent preseason victory. Enjoy!

Bryce Petty shows some promise for the Jets by Michael David Smith (NBS Sports)

"Petty played very well with the Jets’ second-string offense on Friday night against the Falcons, completing 12 of 19 passes for 168 yards and a touchdown, with no turnovers. That was a big improvement from Petty’s sub-par showing in his preseason debut, and he said he felt a lot more comfortable in his second game."

Brandon Marshall: Jets’ offense ‘definitely left a lot of meat on the bones’ by Dom Cosentino (

"It’s the preseason, so the results for the Jets aren’t as important as the process. And the Fitzpatrick Marshall connection, for what it’s worth, on Aug. 21, was indeed a positive, even if the starters’ touchdown finally came against the Falcons’ backups."

3 players who helped/hurt themselves in Jets preseason win by Kristian Dyer (New York Metro)

"While he wasn’t on the roster bubble, a 41-yard interception return cemented his place on the 53-man roster. Lattimore is good in coverage and keeps improving with each training camp session."

Bryce Petty shows he can be Jets QB of future by Daniel Popper (New York Daily News)

"Petty completed 12 of 19 passes for 168 yards and his first touchdown pass — a slick 13-yard throw to . The performance was substantially better than his debut against the Lions last week, when he completed 10 of 18 passes for 50 yards, only a 2.8 yards-per-attempt average. DeVier Posey"

Tuesday Training Camp Practice Cancelled by Jets staff (

"Due to a change in the football schedule, Tuesday’s New York Jets training camp practice, originally scheduled to be open to the public, has been cancelled. In its place, the team will open Wednesday’s practice to the public for a final opportunity to see the 2015 Jets Training Camp at the Atlantic Health Training Center."

Rontez Miles Had His ‘Eyes on the Prize’ by Randy Lange (

"Preseason prizes don’t count in the record books or in the eyes of most fans, but they count for coaches and players, and the Jets’ 30-22 victory figured big for Miles, the first-year safety/special-teamer who’s fighting in his third Jets training camp to win a roster spot this summer."

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